The Giants will look to even the season series on Thursday. This will be the first of four consecutive games against division rivals. Both teams enter this matchup 7-3 on the season. In fact, all four members of the NFC East currently hold a record above .500, with the Philadelphia Eagles leading the group at 9-1 and the Washington Commanders at the rear with a 6-5 record.
Giants HC Brian Daboll On Injuries
G-Men head coach Brian Daboll said that cornerback Adoree’ Jackson (knee) and tight end Daniel Bellinger (eye) have been ruled out of Thursday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys. Other Big Blue injured, which include center Jon Feliciano (neck), tackle Evan Neal (knee) and Tyre Phillips (neck), receiver Richie James (knee), safety Jason Pinnock (jaw), and cornerback Fabian Moreau (oblique), will all be game-time decisions, Daboll said.
Daboll also said outside linebacker Azeez Ojulari, currently on injured reserve with a calf injury, will not be activated for Thursday’s game against the Cowboys.
And speaking of injured reserve, Big Blue has no plans as of now to place cornerback Aoree’ Jackson (knee) on IR despite an initially reported prognosis of Jackson having to miss anywhere from 4-6 weeks. Daboll told reporters that Jackson was feeling “a lot better today.”
New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys
Location: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX
Date: Thursday, November 24, 2022
Kickoff: 4:30 p.m. ET
Opening Odds: Cowboys -7.5, 43 O/U
Dallas 27 -23 New York
The G-Men have some interesting roster decisions to make in light of their injuries. And that’s… ”The Lex Of It”